1. Employee Information Form:
This form collects basic information about the new employee, such as name, address, and Social Security number.
2. Employment Agreement:
This document outlines the terms and conditions of the new employee's employment. It typically includes information about salary, benefits, and job duties.
3. W-4 Tax Form:
The W-4 tax form is used to determine how much tax should be withheld from the new employee's paychecks.
4. I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification Form:
All employees must complete this form to verify their eligibility to work in the United States.
5. Direct Deposit Authorization Form:
This form authorizes the employer to deposit the new employee's paycheck directly into their bank account.
6. Beneficiary Designation Form:
This form designates who will receive the new employee's life insurance or retirement benefits if they die or retire from the company.
7. HIPAA Privacy Notice:
This notice explains how the new employee's personal health information will be protected by the company.
8. COBRA Election Notice:
This notice informs the new employee of their right to continue receiving health insurance coverage after leaving the company.
9. Employee Handbook Acknowledgement Form:
The new employee must sign this form acknowledging that they have read and understood the company's employee handbook.
10. Termination Checklist (if applicable):
If the new employee is hired with the understanding that they may be terminated at any time, they will need to complete a termination checklist prior to starting work. This document lists all of the steps that need to be taken when an employee is terminated, such as returning company property and canceling benefits.